Improper Fractions Worksheets

Use the links below to generate random and differentiated improper fraction worksheets on the given topic.

In case you’ve forgotten:

  • The numerator is the number at the top of the fraction.
  • The denominator is the number at the bottom of the fraction.
  • An improper fraction is one where the numerator is greater than the denominator (a ‘top heavy’ fraction)

From Improper to Proper

Easy: halves, thirds and quarters

Difficult: halves, thirds and quarters

Easy: fifths, sixths, sevenths, eights, ninths, tenths

Difficult: fifths, sixths, sevenths, eights, ninths, tenths

Easy: halves to twentieths

Difficult: halves to twentieths

From Proper to Improper

Easy: halves, thirds and quarters

Difficult: halves, thirds and quarters

Easy: fifths, sixths, sevenths, eights, ninths, tenths

Difficult: fifths, sixths, sevenths, eights, ninths, tenths

Easy: halves to twentieths

Difficult: halves to twentieths

Converting Between Both Proper and Improper Fractions

Easy: halves, thirds and quarters

Difficult: halves, thirds and quarters

Easy: fifths, sixths, sevenths, eights, ninths, tenths

Difficult: fifths, sixths, sevenths, eights, ninths, tenths

Easy: halves to twentieths

Difficult: halves to twentieths